Georgia Tech hosted more than 5,000 students from other countries during the past school year. 


A Flock of Rubber Duckies Land at Sub-Saharan Africa Forum in Atlanta

by Phil Bolton | November 7, 2014 How is it that a flock of rubber duckies got loose at the U.S. Commerce’s sub-Saharan Africa forum Nov. 5-6? More

Export Academy Planned at Georgia State’s Freshly Funded CIBER

by Trevor Williams | October 30, 2014 Fresh off the renewal of an estimated $1.1 million grant to promote the teaching of international business, a Georgia State University institute is planning to boost its outreach to the Atlanta business community through an export academy.  More

European Expansion Brewing for Atlanta Tea Company

by Endia Mathews Atlanta-based Just Add Honey Tea Co. is preparing to expand its business to European countries for the upcoming holiday season. More

NAFTA Points the Way for Larger Global Agreements

by Phil Bolton | October 16, 2014 NAFTA’s true significance is still unfolding as the U.S. negotiates new bloc agreements with the European Union and countries bordering the Pacific Ocean, said speakers at a conference marking the 20th anniversary of the agreement with Canada and Mexico. More

Brereton Makes Way for Replacement Confident of Strong Georgia-Canada Ties

by Phil Bolton | October 13, 2014 After serving as Canada’s consul general in the Southeast for five years, Stephen Brereton returned to Ottawa last month without any definite plans for the future. Although he now qualifies for a retirement pension, he is keeping his options open. More
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